Although Montana’s dry summer heat is manageable, pack hats and plenty of sunscreen.
Head to Bozeman between June and September, when Bogert Farmers’ Market is on every Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
August is the best month as there are loads of family-friendly festivals and events, like Sweet Pea Festival, SLAM and Bite of Bozeman.
Passing through Bozeman with kids? This city in the Big Sky state in summer has so many activities for young families. Predictable blue skies and a very walkable downtown make for an enjoyable day out in Montana. The fantastic children’s area at the library gives mum and dad an opportunity to relax while the nuggets read and play. Moreover, the close proximity of the swimming pool, farmers market and playground means navigating these kids activities in Bozeman is simple and carefree. For this itinerary, start off at Nova Café for Bozeman’s best breakfast. Walk off the delightful meal meandering around Main Street and its shops. Next, head to the Bozeman Library and let the little ones peruse books, toys and all the fun on display. Then, a short walk off of Main Street brings you to Bogert Park, where it’s time for a splash in the Montanan summer heat. Lastly, the Bogert Farmers’ Market has food options galore and will put a smile on everyone’s face.